The University of Calgary has created a new video game that offers a sobering lesson. The new game, which is currently still under development, is called Booze Cruise. The goal is to drive home safely while drunk. According to CTV, a button on the game delays the game's response, much like a driver's responses would be delayed if they actually drove drunk. Objects and people darting into the car's path mimic the tunnel vision of intoxication. "We call that a rehearsal for reality. Actually doing it, that kinesthetic doing rather than just reading about it, has an emotional effect," says Lori Sheba, one of the students working on the project.